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shaDEz Report This Comment
Date: January 09, 2006 11:37PM

fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap...
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: January 10, 2006 01:31AM

remove that shit.
ProudToBeFurry Report This Comment
Date: June 06, 2012 04:21PM

This is just proof of how mislead you muppets really are X3 you make me giggle, this isn't furry!! ask yourself, were is the fur on a dolphin? idiots. and also before you slam furries make sure you get your facts right first, try contacting F.P.O.& #82;team@gmail.co 09; and know just how much most of you are wrong.

seriously, it's funny because you think you are laughing at us, but actually, we are ALL laughing at you, for your mislead stupid facts and weird ass conclusions.
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: June 06, 2012 09:28PM

Wow - talk about resurrecting an old post.

Dolphins are mammals. All mammals have 4 characteristics: air breathers, milk fed young, warm blooded, and hair/fur. Dolphins are therefore furries.
Theiran Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 06:46AM

GAK67 You should research first before you open your mouth and make yourself sound like an idiot.
Not all mammals have hair/fur. There are species that it is in their genetics that they are born without it or never develop it. So, no, dolphins are not furries.
Your argument is void.
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 07:55AM

Theiran - before you come on here as an anonynmous nobody you need to do your research - all mammals have hair, at least at some stage in their life. It is one of the defining characteristics of mammals.

A word of advice, choose your battles and don't try to take on those who are obviously above your IQ and education level.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 10:23AM

hairless mole-rats
porpoises, killerwhales, whales, and dolphins
Dugongs and manatees
Hippopotamus and Elephants
North American Hairless Polar Bear
and your momma, just to name a few. clown
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 02:47PM

Just to take one of your examples (since I have a picture of one):
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 05:28PM

those would be whiskers not fur.
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 06:55PM

Here we go again - fd trying to stir up a shit storm by either not reading/understanding the earlier posts or making it seem like he didn't read/understand them.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 07:39PM

frankenstein never scared me...marsupials do...'cause they're fast...
-Kevin Pollak doing impression of Cristopher Walken...
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 08:12PM

"all mammals have hair, at least at some stage in their life. It is one of the defining characteristics of mammals. "
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 08:15PM

or do you have some kind of mutant Dolphins in NZ? you might want to call a zoologist, you might make some cash. thumbs
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GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:04PM

Jeez - do I have to do everything for you? Dolphin Hair
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:07PM

read past the headline, "loose them within the first week".....those would be whiskers that fall off with age. handjob
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:37PM

fd - can you please explain how "at least at some stage in their life" doesn't include the first week? Also, please tell me what whiskers are made of if not hair?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:46PM

Vibrissae are usually thicker and stiffer than other types of hair but, like other hairs, consist of inert material and contain no nerves. However, vibrissae are different from other hairs because they are implanted in a special Hair follicle incorporating a capsule of blood called a blood sinus and heavily innervated by sensory nerves.

A wide range of species have a similar arrangement of mystacial vibrissae. The arrangement of whiskers is not random: they form an ordered grid of arcs (columns) and rows, with shorter whiskers at the front and longer whiskers at the rear In mouse, gerbil, hamster, rat, guinea pig, rabbit, and cat, each individual follicle is innervated by 100–200 primary afferent nerve cells. These cells serve an even larger number of Mechanoreceptors of at least eight distinct types. Accordingly, even small deflections of the vibrissal hair can evoke a sensory response in the animal. Seal whiskers, which are similarly arrayed across the mystacial region, are served by as many as 1,500 nerve cells each.

Rats and mice typically sport around 30 whiskers on each side of the face, with whisker lengths up to around 50 mm in (laboratory) rats and 30 mm in (laboratory) mice. Thus, a rough estimate for the total number of sensory nerve cells serving the vibrissal array on the face of a rat or mouse might be over 9000. Manatees, remarkably, have around 600 vibrissae on or around their lips - indeed, it seems that all of their hairs, all over their body, are vibrissae rather than fur (pelagic hairs).

Whiskers can be very long in some species; the length of a chinchilla's whiskers can be more than a third of its body length (see image). Even in species with shorter whiskers, they can be very prominent appendages

Whisker movement:
In some mammals, some vibrissa follicles are motile. Typically, these are the large vibrissae (macrovibrissae) towards the rear of the mystacial area, whilst the supraorbital (above the eye) vibrissae and the much shorter vibrissae arrayed around the mouth or on the lips (microvibrissae) are immotile. A small muscle 'sling' is attached to each macrovibrissa and can move it more-or-less independently of the others, whilst larger muscles in the surrounding tissue move many or all of the whiskers together.

Amongst those species with motile whiskers, some (rats, mice, flying squirrels, gerbils, chincillas, hamsters, shrews, porcupines, opossums) palpate their vibrissae, a movement known as whisking (Video of rat whisking), while other species (cats, dogs, racoons, pandas) do not appear to. The distribution of mechanoreceptor types in the whisker follicle differs between rats and cats, which may correspond to this difference in the way they are used.[8] Whisking movements are amongst the fastest produced by mammals. In all whisking animals in which it has so far been measured, these whisking movements are precisely and rapidly controlled in response to behavioural and environmental conditions.

read the rest HERE
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:50PM

further inquiries of such information will be forwarded to my personal secretary with expressed written consent to refer you to Wkipedia. (*finger4*)
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:56PM

So you've just backed up my statement that whiskers are a type of hair, and you have previously confirmed that dolphins have whiskers for the first week of their lives, so what was the point of your original posts?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 09:59PM

whiskers are merely a TYPE of hair, and carry much more of a purpose that just hair. *slaps yak in the forehead*
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 10:02PM

also, you never mentioned them being a "type". (taunt)
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 10:04PM

Poor fossil - lost another one sad smiley
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 20, 2012 10:09PM

tell that to the jury. smiling
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 21, 2012 12:04AM

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GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: August 21, 2012 12:18AM

Just because you have the last word, doesn't mean you win fossil.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: August 21, 2012 12:48AM

neener neener up yours
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 21, 2012 09:05AM

yes it does. (*binladen*)
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: August 21, 2012 05:34PM

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forthelols Report This Comment
Date: November 18, 2012 11:25AM

HAHAHA GAK67 is right, even if Whiskers are a Type of hair, it is STILL a HAIR!, fossil_digger is just trying to make up excuses on his fetish for furries and how he disturbingly faps to pictures like this every night, disgusting. And if you think because this are dolphins it can't be furries so it is not like this, well drawings of humanoid horses, cats, dogs, wolfs, all having sex and crap like that DOES NOT make it any less disgusting, YOU PEOPLE ARE SICK SICK SICK!
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 18, 2012 01:52PM

that was a mighty "scientific" explanation of your own problems. handjob.
back to the porn side for you. handjob
Furry13 Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2013 12:50AM

If you jack off to weird azz animal sex, that doesn't make you a furry. Furries don't all have fetishes like that. They just see animals as anthromorphis. Clearly you know jack sht about us.
Skyewolf Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2015 07:58AM

Forthlols: humans have
done worse shit than jack off to this kinda stuff so, shut ur yap hole ????
Skyewolf Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2015 08:01AM

Gak67:that was meant for u not forthelols
Skyewolf Report This Comment
Date: October 29, 2015 09:25PM

Prime Report This Comment
Date: January 16, 2016 08:03PM

Guys really? All animals can become anthropomorphic therefor furry (just like there are scalies)